Charcoal production site

Charcoal production site

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Credit: PHOTOSTOCK-ISRAEL/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Charcoal production site. Pile of wood that has been constructed and which will be covered with turf and clay before being lit to produce charcoal in a slow and controlled burning process. Charcoal is a form of carbon produced by burning wood in little or no oxygen. Photographed in April 2009 in the Dotan Valley, in Samaria, Palestine (within Israel's West Bank).

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